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Undrafted QB Moore Gets His First Taste of NFL

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By now, Kellen Moore knows the drill.

The promising young quarterback with staggering, mind-boggling statistics enters a new phase of his football career only to be defined by the fact that, at the end of the day, he still only stands 6 feet tall.

Don't bother asking Moore if he figures things would be different if he had a couple extra inches of height at his disposal -- if he were only 6-2 or 6-3 -- would that make a difference?

Doesn't matter, he'd say, falling back on a line that he tends to revert to when he's asked all of that what-if type of questions.

It is what it is.

But before you cast Kellen Moore into the "what you see is what you get" category, forget about the fact that he's a 6-foot NFL rookie trying to make a go of it in a...

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